is the tenth Malice n Wonderland studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg; it was released on December 8, 2009, by Doggystyle and Priority Records. Production for the album took place from January 2009 to September 2009 at several recording studios and the production was handled by Battlecat, The-Dream, Tricky Stewart, The Neptunes, Teddy Riley, Lil Jon and Terrace Martin. 
The album debuted at number 23 on the US
chart, selling 61,000 copies in its first week. Billboard 200 Upon its release,  Malice n Wonderland received generally mixed to positive reviews from music critics.
The album was originally planned to be released through a distribution deal with
MTV, after his departure with Interscope Records. In 2009,  Priority Records announced that Snoop Dogg was appointed creative chairman of Priority Records and the label also announced plans to release his tenth studio album on the label. 
The album consists of fourteen tracks and features production from
Teddy Riley, Nottz, The Neptunes, The-Dream, and Terrace Martin. Guest features include R. Kelly, Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, and Brandy.
Doggystyle Records president and Snoopadelic Films president Ted Chung, Snoop shooting a mini-movie to accompany the album (similar to his 1994 short film/soundtrack Murder Was the Case), portraying him as a "super gangster". 
Malice n Wonderland was received with generally mixed to positive reviews, with Metacritic giving it 61 out of 100. The Smoking Section said "[Snoop's] one-of-a-kind flow and the knowledge of how to actually craft an enjoyable record will likely continue to serve as one of premiere blueprints in Hip-Hop."  
Gangsta Luv" featuring The-Dream, was released as the album's lead single on October 6, 2009. The song was produced by American producers, The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, one of two such productions on the album. 
The album's second single "That's tha Homie", was released for digital download on November 3, 2009.
The album's third single "
I Wanna Rock" which samples Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's 1988 song " It Takes Two" was released for digital download on November 17, 2009.
The album's fourth single, "Pronto" featuring
Soulja Boy, was released for digital download on December 1, 2009.
Snoop Dogg hosted
on October 19, 2009 to promote WWE Raw Malice n Wonderland. 
Malice n Wonderland debuted at number 23 on the US , selling 61,000 copies in its opening week. Billboard 200  It is his first album since  (2002) not to reach the top ten on the Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss Billboard 200, his lowest charting album on the US R&B/Hip-Hop charts and his only album to miss the British and Australian Top 100. Malice n Wonderland has sold over 400,000 copies in the United States as of 2011. 
• (co.) Co-producer
Malice n Wonderland adapted from Allmusic. 
Misty Anderson - background vocals
Bokie - vocals
Soulja Boy - vocals
Brandy - vocals
Shante Broadus - vocals, background vocals Dee Dimes - background vocals
DJ Ez Dick - vocals
Bryce Doherty - background vocals
The-Dream - vocals, producer Eric Eylands - background vocals
Andrew Gouche - bass
Dustin Hess - bass guitar
Nipsey Hussle - vocals Holli Joyce Ivory - background vocals
R. Kelly - vocals
Lucky Alvarez - design, layout
Marcella "Ms. Lago" Araica - mixing B-Don - producer
Jason Bale - assistant engineer
Battlecat - mixing, producer Mike Bozzi - assistant
Aaron "A-Game" Brunson - keyboard programming
Smith Carlson - assistant
Ted Chung - assistant, engineer
Andrew Coleman - digital editing, engineer
Danja - producer
Scoop DeVille - producer
Dr. Dre - mixing Shon Don - engineer
Caliph Gamble - engineer
Brian Gardner - mastering Abel Garibaldi - engineer
Tasha Hayward - hair stylist
Mauricio Iragorri - mixing
Chris Jackson - A&R, engineer
Jaycen Joshua - mixing Sam Kalandijan - engineer
Justin Keitt - engineer, vocal arrangement
Keke - production coordination
Kori Lewis - assistant
Justin Li - A&R
Lil Jon - vocals, mixing, producer Giancarlo Lino - mixing assistant
Deborah Mannis-Gardner - sample clearance
Fabian Marasciullo - mixing
Jason Martin - producer
Ian Mereness - engineer
Mister Cartoon - cover art Luis Navarro - assistant engineer
The Neptunes - producer
Nottz - producer
Estevan Oriol - photography and design Erik "Mr. E." Ramos - engineer
Erik Reichers - mixing
Robert Reyes - assistant engineer
Teddy Riley - producer
Ramon Rivas - assistant April Roomet - wardrobe
Marcus Rutledge - engineer
Edward "Poeted" Sanders Jr. - assistant
Constance Schwartz - marketing
Ray Seay - mixing
Kelly Sheehan - engineer
Brent Smith - booking
Snoop Dogg - arranger, executive producer, primary artist, producer Ethan Sugar - engineer
Super Ced - drum programming, producer
Brian "B-Luv" Thomas - engineer
Pat Thrall - engineer
Frank Vasquez - engineer
Mark Vinten - engineer
Andrew Wuepper - engineer
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